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    Anderson Chang

    Hi Adam anderson,

    The support of the Uniview in-camera analytics event has been noted on our product roadmap, but I am not able to provide any firm schedule or support version by now.

    We do understand it would be nice to support the in-camera analytics. However, I hope you understand that for any feature or feature change we have to make choices to what we spend our resources on and at the moment. Priorities might change if more use cases are shared on this topic by other users as well. I hope you understand our current situation.

    May I know which in-camera analytics you are asking for? If the requirement is from a specific project, likely you can contact the local distributor to work on it. Where are you based at the moment? We can bridge you and the local distributor for such requests accordingly.

    Thank you.

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    Norman - Nx Support

    Hi Adam Anderson,

    Maybe nice to know, but in the near future we'll add Onvif Analytics as well, which enables analytics for all compatible devices.

    Another option you could use today is our OpenVINO plugin. This just rocks!

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    luke richmond

    Following for replies.  I've submitted a question (and had a similar response) along these lines to NX, UNV, and Nelly's.  Cam in question for me is IPC672LR-AX4DUPKC.  It is an inexpensive PTZ with person detection auto tracking - I'd like that detection to report to NX to create an event.

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    Norman - Nx Support

    Hi luke richmond,

    If the camera has the ability to send HTTP request based on these events, you can receive the events today as a generic event as described today. Otherwise, you'll have to wait until we added the Onvif analytics events to Nx, if the camera supports Onvif analytics events of course.

    If you can't wait or the camera doesn't support Onvif Analytics, you could create some sort of middleware with node.js for example.

    With Wireshark, you capture the correct HTTP request of the camera in case of an event, with the listener in your application you capture these HTTP events and also send a Generic event to Nx Witness.

     

     

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    Miguel Câmara

    Hello Norman,

     

    Unfortunately Uniview cameras do not support any kind of HTTP request.
    The only way I see of creating a middleware is by using an FTP server with a script that detected when is a file created and then notifies NxWitness of that event.

    This is however.... highly impractical and can be slower than a normal HTTP notification or a direct integration.

    I have seen a lot of analytics integration, but none for Uniview. Is there any reason behind the fact that there is no Analytics integration whatsoever with Uniview?

    What can we do to push for this integration?

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    Norman - Nx Support

    Hi Miguel Câmara,

    The Uniview integration is in progress at the moment and should become available in one of the upcoming 5.0 patches.

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